Monthly Archives: February 2018
Elizabeth Palmer published a reworked version of her PhD dissertation under the title Faith in a Hidden God: Luther, Kierkegaard, and the Binding of Isaac (2017). The work is included in Fortress Press’s Emerging Scholars series, which highlights “innovative and creative” projects from individuals entering the professional phase of their academic careers. The dissertative origins of Faith […]
For a simple introduction to a theology of the cross, Your God is Too Glorious serves well.
For a grasp on Pannenberg’s relevance to his own moment in the academy as well as to his influence in today’s theological landscape, Unity of Theology is an adequate work for the task.
“Heretic!”, especially in the digital context, functions primarily as an opprobrium, a “caveat lector.” I think this represents a departure, ironically enough, from the traditional modes in which accusations of heresy were used.